Mazda Brings RX-VISION Concept And Mazda 3 To Geneva Motor Show

Posted: Mar 3 2016, 12:06pm CST | by , Updated: Mar 3 2016, 9:13pm CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles


Mazda Brings RX-VISION Concept and Mazda 3 to Geneva Motor Show
  • Mazda brings RX-VISION concept & Mazda 3 to Geneva Motor Show

Mazda has been on a wave of success in 2016, so it has brought two special highlights to the Swiss convention.

Mazda seems to be doing very well where sales are concerned. So it brought not one but two offerings for the Geneva Motor Show. Mazda presented the Mazda RX-VISION, an award-winning rotary sports car concept to the Swiss convention.

The second offering for Geneva is the lowest-emission Mazda3 yet to be offered in Europe. At Geneva it will be the European debut of the RX-VISION concept.

At first look the concept is packed with pure sports car style. The concept is Mazda’s latest visualisation of an exhilarating driving machine. The concept is the unique interpretation of Mazda’s KODO design philosophy.

Mazda claims the philosophy captures the very soul of motion even when the vehicle is stationary. The RX-VISION has a ground-hugging shape.

The shape is due to the compact SKYACTIV-R rotary engine by Mazda. The concept also demonstrates Mazda’s commitment to lightweight rear-wheel drive sports car perfection. 

Similarly the stunning Mazda3 compact was also presented at the Geneva Motor Show. The new Mazda3 compact has the SKYACTIV-D 1.5 engine. The engine is capable of 270Nm of maximum torque.

The engine also comes with a Natural Sound Smoother which absorbs vibrations at the pistons. The new engine does not make half as much noise as conventional diesel engines.

The new Mazda3 version will go on sale in Europe by Spring 2016. In only January Mazda sales in Europe increased by 33.5 percent. 

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